Flowering Shrubs

Posted by Tammy Sons on Jan 14, 2016

Flowering Shrubs

Shrubs are a great piece to accent your landscape and will have some fantastic results in accenting and adding lots of color to the area. Here are some fantastic varieties of flowering shrubs that are sure to please any landscape. The Bridal Wreath Spiraea is a top consideration. This shrub grows best in climate zones four through nine and will be anywhere from two to ten feet tall and just as wide, depending on conditions. It will appreciate a complete sunlight environment paired with soils that are moist but well-drained in their compositions. They will bloom during the spring and early summer months of the year and are pretty spectacular during their blooming period. They will have small white flowers that are bright and eye-catching. It looks great as a focal point and will draw attention no matter where you plant it. The White Azalea is another top selection and will be something to behold when it blooms. This shrub grows best in climate zones five through eight and will be anywhere from three to four feet tall and can be just as wide. It will bloom vibrant white flowers during the spring months and put on quite a show. It will need a partially shaded environment and will grow and adapt to a broad range of soil conditions with no problem at all. It will look fabulous planted in groups, and you can even use this shrub to border existing flower beds or your landscape in general. Another one to consider is the Pink Weigela Bush. It is best suited for climate zones three through ten and will be anywhere from six to eight feet tall and up to four feet wide. It will flower during the spring and summer with some vibrant pink flowers that will stand out. Try one of these flowering shrubs in your landscape for fantastic color.